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Ecuador

Ecuador
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61664 EUR   image1864 (May 15) Entire letter from Guayaquil to New York, carried through the Br PO with corresponding dispatch double-arc ds on back, rated on front at "1/-" in red crayon, alongside with unusual "PAID-TO/PANAMA" two-line hs, "PANAMA/MY 20/1864" double-arc cds and "STEAMSHIP 10" circle hs on arrival, fine and scarce. (Image 1) Estimate. € 150

SOLD for € 280.00
Will close during Public Auction
61665 EUR 2a image1865-72 1r olive-yellow, embossed coat of arms, well margined and unused without gum, paper adherence on back at right, a very fine example and with clear embossing; (unpriced in the Scott in unused condition). (Image 1) Estimate. € 150

SOLD for € 360.00
Will close during Public Auction
61666 EUR 4a image1869-73 1r bistre, two well margined examples used on undated judicial wrapper from Pujilí (scarce) to Riobamba, with superb strike of "LATACUNGA/23 MARS" cds, which strikingly combines with the great freshness of the impression, a magnificent piece. (Image 1) Estimate. € 150

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61667 EUR 5 image1865-73 1r green, large margins, cancelled by "QUITO/20 ENERO 65/FRANCA" cds, being very rarely used in the first month of issue, minor corner crease and very slight toning mentioned for accuracy, one of the earliest usages recorded for this stamp (according to the vendor, the second earliest). (Image 1) Estimate. € 100

SOLD for € 100.00
Will close during Public Auction
61668 EUR 6d image1869-73 4r red-carmine, lower diagonal half with good margins including portions of adjoining stamps, cleanly tied by red dotted lozenge on 5.7.1869 entire letter from Guayaquil via PSNC to Peru, paying the single up to 1/4 oz rate; a very scarce and desirable bisect usage of the highest first-issue denomination; (Scott $1'600). (Image 1) Estimate. € 400

SOLD for € 1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
61669 EUR   imageEcuador: 1865-73, first-issue assembly comprising over 50 stamps used/unused, including mint multiples with four blocks of four of 1r yellow, of which three on quadrille paper, one mint block of nine, two bisects on pieces, 1r yellow on bluish on piece, 1r green pairs and strip used, etc. (Image 1) Estimate. € 300

SOLD for € 1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction

Guatemala

Guatemala
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61670 EUR 1b image1871 1c ochre imperforate, printed on both sides, top right corner block of 30 (5x6), touched at base 300 and cut into on one side on reverse. The largest multiple known; cert. Briefmarkenprüfstelle Basel (2010); (Scott $4'050+); ex Spycher. (Image 1) Estimate. € 400

SOLD for € 700.00
Will close during Public Auction
61671 EUR   image1768-1871, the magnificent "Guatemala Postal Markings" stampless mail collection, written up with depth research on 48 exhibition pages, commencing with the Colonial Period incl. some unique usages, featuring an official mail from the Captain General with his very rare "El Presidente" with crown hs, the first postmark used in Guatemala, high rates on rare transatlantic mail during this Spanish period, scarce printed matter rate, one of the rare examples of mail between the Principal Mail Admon. and the Postmaster of a subaltern office, patriotic "Viva F. VII" postmarks from Totonicapán and Guatemala City (also on transatlantic mail), rare colonial usages from Comazagua, Zacapa, Mazatenango, Yzabal (2 or 3 recorded), Cuyotenango, Retaluleu, Salamá; the Republic period exhibiting diff. Tobacco hs, a rare 1825 disinfected entire to France, attractive official hs, postmarks from Amatitlán, Chimaltenango, Sololá, Huehuetenango, Jutiapa, Yzabal, Peté, Escuintla, Gualán, Totonicapán, Mazatenango, Quezaltenango, Salamá, Zacapa, Chiquimula, a wide range of rates, incoming mail, Puerto de San José, Jutiapa and San Marcos postmarks used on stationery card and two early stamps, two rare and diff. hs from Diligencias de S. Robles, the two dated town markings from Santo Tomás and Yzabal during the pre-stamp period, mail carried the "via Belize" route to Europe, transatlantic mail with Panama postmarks (one with Van Der Linden cert.); an excellent collection with great potential for further expansion, generally in very fine condition and including many remarkable pieces; viewing highly recommended. (Image 1) Estimate. € 6,000

SOLD for € 6,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

Haiti

Haiti
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61672 EUR   image1764 Letter to Cape with "S MARC" postmark and rated 1 escalin, very fine, scarce. (Image 1) Estimate. € 80

SOLD for € 120.00
Will close during Public Auction
61673 EUR   image1790 Letter from Cape Haitian to Paris with French Entry mark "Colonies par Bordeaux", endorsed by the Ship commandant on reverse, very fine, scarce. (Image 1) Estimate. € 70

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61674 EUR 4 1881, 5c green, mint group of seven stamps incl. marginal single (pos. 48), and three pairs (pos. 2-3, 9-10, 33-34), two stamps affected by minor faults. (Image 1) Estimate. € 80

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Mexico

Mexico
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61675 EUR   image1838-44 Two entire letters to London, the earlier from Veracruz to London, describing how the French captured the Fort at San Juan de Ulúa, which provoked the Pastry War (first French invasion of Mexico) for which very few letters offer mention, charged 9s 3d; the latter bearing "FRANCO/EN/COSALA" laureate postmark, paying inland rate with ms "Pagó 4 Rs" on reverse, British "VERACRUZ" ds also on back and 2s 3d rate for sea and local carriage on front. (Image 1) Estimate. € 150

SOLD for € 320.00
Will close during Public Auction
61676 EUR 11a, 43 image1861 & 1867 Two covers: 1867, 1r blue on thin grey blue paper, bottom-sheet margin, cut a bit into at top, single-franking cover from Mexico City to Toluca, quite scarce as only about 30 covers with this stamp are known (issued Sept. 1867 and exhausted by December), stamp shows marginal frame line at foot, fine; and 1861, 8r black on red-brown, quarter used as 2r on entire letter from Aguascalientes to Zacatecas, tied by mute grid cancel, dated Jan. 1st 1863, four days before the arrival of the shipment of 2r denominations which were exhausted from Dec. 1862; cert. Jaretzky. (Image 1) Estimate. € 100

SOLD for € 110.00
Will close during Public Auction
61677 EUR 59 image1871 (May 1) Entire letter from Veracruz to Bordeaux, franked by well margined 1868 12c, tied by dispatch cds, "1F60c" accountancy marking, "20" charge, and London bs, carriage with involvement of the "Corsica" and "Neva", fine. (Image 1) Estimate. € 100

SOLD for € 100.00
Will close during Public Auction

Nicaragua

Nicaragua
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61678 EUR 571, C73 image1932 2c Rivas Railroad, exceptionally used on 14.12.1933 internal airmail with additional franking at 8c rate to Rivas (under franked 1c internal airmail usage rarely seen); and 20c León-Sauce Railroad making up a four-times airmail rate of 75c on cover to New York, a rare and fine duo. (Image 1) Estimate. € 200

SOLD for € 360.00
Will close during Public Auction

Panama

Panama
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61679 EUR   image1867 (Dec 6) Envelope to Denmark with GB 1865-67 1s tied by crisp "C35" barred oval with despatch cds adjacent, with very fine "INSUFFICIENTLY / (cross) / PREPAID" hs with ms "3d" erased by pen stroke, Copenhagen bs, cover has been cleaned with stamp still a bit soiled with corner perf. faults, attractive and scarce underpaid usage to an unusual destination. (Image 1) Estimate. € 300

SOLD for € 300.00
Will close during Public Auction

Peru

Peru
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61680 EUR   image1809 (Nov 11) Entire letter to Cadiz, Spain, bearing red "PERÙ" straight-line and "12R" charge mark, a rare transatlantic dated mail during the colonial period and bearing a higher rate than usual. (Image 1) Estimate. € 150

SOLD for € 240.00
Will close during Public Auction
61681 EUR   image1878 (June) Folded cover to Cognac, France, showing red French Calais entry and rare "20c" due marking applied on printed matter mail, receiving bs, scarce. (Image 1) Estimate. € 80

SOLD for € 60.00
Will close during Public Auction
61682 EUR 2 image1857 PSNC 2r brown-red on bluish paper, a mint o.g. example displaying clear to wide margins, rich colour and very fresh, small thin spot but of great appearance, a difficult stamp; (Scott $1'900). (Image 1) Estimate. € 200

SOLD for € 180.00
Will close during Public Auction
61683 EUR 5 imageThe Unique Error of Colour on Cover to an Overseas Destination 1858 (12.3) Double rate cover from Lima to Paris, franked by 1858 'Medio Peso' red ERROR OF COLOUR, with good to large margins, neatly tied by oval LIMA in dots, with framed "GB2F87 5/10C" accountancy marking, London & Calais transit all alongside, and additional "24" arrival rating, Callao transit backstamp, some minor cover faults mentioned for accuracy only, an important exhibition showpiece and the only know example of this famous error of colour on an overseas-destination cover, as well as the earliest usage known of this variety; cert. Moorhouse (2008). (Image 1) Estimate. € 20,000

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